The long-rumored, Sony Togari phablet which is said to house a 6.4-inch display is now being speculated to be preparing itself for an unveiling on June 25 in Germany. That’s because, according to a press invite sent by Sony (which was brought to our notice by BestBoyz), an event will be hosted by it in the European nation on the said date. If this device indeed does exist, is set to be the Japanese conglomerate’s first ever phablet, as pointed out by Unwired View.
The Sony Togari is of course expected to be an Android-based offering. And although nothing about it has been mentioned on the press invite, speculators have boiled down on it as the gadget that we’ll be seeing unveiled at the event. As can be seen in the image above, the invitation reads, ‘Lust auf mehr?’ which translates into ‘you want more?’
The phablet is said to sport a 6.4-inch Full HD display on its front surface. Moreover, the Sony Togari will apparently be running on a quad core Snapdragon processor. As is the norm these days with premium devices, a 13MP rear camera can be expected to be affixed to it. Lastly, a 2GB RAM will also be on-board, say reports. Just like the Xperia Z and the Tablet Z, this gadget too is expected to feature a slim design, and a glass back could be seen making its way onto it as well.
Apart from the Sony Togari – which is a codename by the way – there’s another device that has been getting tongues wagging since long. It’s tentatively titled Honami, and it’s supposedly a phone bearing a 5-inch 1080p display. But its maker’s main focus doesn’t seem to be its screen. This smartphone could be the first Android-based gadget from the company to feature a Cyber-Shot camera which had been a standard on many of its devices in the pre-Android days. This snapper is expected to be 20MP one.
Furthermore, the Honami will purportedly also kick in dedicated Walkman audio chips. Its other potential specs that are out in the open include a Snapdragon 800 chipset with a 2.3GHz quad core CPU and Adreno 330 graphics, 2GB worth of RAM and a battery of 2700 to 3000mAh capacity. About the Honami and the Togari, there’s no official word out at the moment. We’ll be keeping track of the June 25 event, so expect to find more information here then.